By Andy Duncan Economics5 February 11 One for the Weekend: Allen Mendhenhall: Literature and the Economics of Liberty Jeffrey Tucker, of the Mises Institute, interviews Allen Mendenhall, a Ph.D. student at Auburn University, in Alabama, and discusses the role of Austrian Economics in the field of literary criticism. Recorded at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 27 January 2011. TagsAllen Mendhenhall Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + LinkedIn Email Bio Latest Posts Andy Duncan Andy Duncan provides independent educational consultancy services to the UK's financial services industry. Latest Posts By Andy Duncan John Embry: ‘everyone should look at Zero Hedge’ Dr. Paul Craig Roberts on gold and gangster capitalism New Laissez Faire Books release: Early Speculative Bubbles Previous articleMoney is barren but occasionally covers us in dust Next articleLiam Halligan: Does a surge in food and oil prices mean that it’s now time to panic? You may also like Let’s (Not) Panic Again Why assessing business cycles using the NBER approach is questionable Should forecasting accuracy determine the acceptance of a theory?